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Does ibuprofen help with period cramps?
So, taking ibuprofen can not only help to ease cramps, but it can also reduce heavy period flow鈥攁ll by causing a decrease in the rate of prostaglandin production from the uterus, explains Dr. Lewin. While this might seem like an appealing way to deal with a heavy, crampy menstrual cycle, there’s a lot to consider before jumping on this bandwagon.
Does ibuprofen reduce menstrual flow by 50%?
I learned that ibuprofen reduces menstrual flow BY 50% and the only reason I can come up with for why no one else knows about this is that we’re such a fucking misogynist culture, we can’t talk about something that women have to deal with every four weeks for 30 years.
How much ibuprofen is safe to take during your period?
Once you get that OK, the recommended dose to reduce heavy period flow is between 600 and 800 mg of ibuprofen once a day (an admittedly high dose for most people taking an NSAID for general pain relief, notes Dr. Bartos), starting on the first day of bleeding.
How do ibuprofen and naproxen affect your menstrual cycle?
Ibuprofen and naproxen are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, known as NSAIDs, that reduce the production of something called prostaglandins 鈥?the chemicals that cause the uterus to contract and shed its uterine lining monthly. In 2013, a study found that taking NSAIDs can reduce menstrual flow by 28% to 49%.